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2022 Ford Super Duty King Ranch Deletes Standard 18-Inch Wheel

As Ford Authority reported back in March, the 2022 Ford Super Duty will receive a host of updates including an available 12-inch center touch screen similar to the one in the 2021 Ford F-150, a new Lariat Sport Appearance Package, and new interior and exterior colors. Ford Authority also exclusively reported that the 2022 Super Duty will lose its underhood service light, that 2022 King Ranch and Platinum trims will come standard with four-wheel-drive, and that 2022 Ford F-250 buyers will be able to opt for the 3.55-geared electronic-locking rear axle without also having to pair it with a towing package. Now, Ford Authority has even more exclusive 2022 Ford Super Duty King Ranch news to share pertaining to the truck’s standard wheel selection.

For the 2021 model year, the Super Duty King Ranch came standard with 18-inch bright machined cast-aluminum wheels with magnetic-painted pockets, bright hub covers, and center ornaments. This applied to both F-250 and F-350 models with single-rear-wheel (SRW) configurations, but not dual-rear-wheel (DRW) configurations, which came standard with a different wheel design.

2022 Ford Super Duty King Ranch F-250 and F-350 SRW models will now come equipped with standard 20-inch bright machined cast-aluminum wheels. However, those that want 18-inch wheels can still get them on the 2022 Super Duty if they opt for the Tremor Off-Road Package, which comes standard with 18-inch gloss black-painted aluminum wheels.

As Ford Authority reported last month, 2022 Ford Super Duty production is currently scheduled to begin at the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant on July 9th, 2021, and at the Ford Ohio Assembly Plant on July 22th, 2021.

However, it’s worthing noting that these dates may very well change as a result of the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage. Among many other Blue Oval models, 2021 Super Duty production has been severely impacted by the shortage, leading Ford to stash thousands of unfinished pickups near the Kentucky Truck Plant in recent weeks.

We’ll have much more on the 2022 Ford Super Duty soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series newsFord Super Duty news, and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Barry

    It would be really GREAT if Ford would focus on the 1,000’s of trucks they have partially built and NOT delivered. I ordered my 2021 F-250 on March 2, 2021, it is July and the truck is built and parked at the Kentucky Motor Speedway. It is easy to spot from the aerial photographs, it’s the Race Red one in the sea of white trucks. I’m sure every bird in Kentucky has used it for dive crapping practice. Of course, no one is there to wash it off, so that will be an option I’m not required to pay for…maybe.

  2. Joel

    My platinum f250 tremor that was ordered 3-4-21is sitting at the Indianapolis motor speedway. We are not hearing much about all the trucks sitting there.

  3. Laurie

    The 2021 F450 King Ranch we ordered January 15th still no updates, hasn’t moved to the Built category on the retail side but the salesman said his view shows built and offsite. Projected delivery is October 31st. I’m guessing it is with the other thousands of SDs in KY? Would be nice if they had an actual communication on status.

  4. Lucas Z Kingkade

    I got my 21 2 months ago! Suck it bozos! We roofed a big shooter ford dealers place and I got mine real quick n stuff. Neener neener!

    Kidding, kidding, I mean we did get it and I do kinda mean neener, neener, but that’s all. And mine came pre bird crapped on as well. The dealer said ” well we didn’t g get it all cleaned as well as normal sorry” they had 8 cars on the lot, and a week to prepare. Lol! Some people sure know how to suck at their jobs.

  5. candi Catallo

    I ordered my 2021 powerboost in April and completed purchase June 1st, by the 7th it was in the shop due to a recall and some module issue for the transmission. guess what, it is still there. I am paying payments on a truck I cannot use. and can’t do lemon law because this is first incident.


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